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How To Choose The Right Heat Pump For Your Rental Property

Heat pumps are an essential investment for rental properties in Auckland, New Zealand. The healthy homes standards introduced specific and minimum standards for heating in rental properties, with landlords having to provide one or more fixed heaters that can directly heat the main living room. Heat pumps are a great solution for heating and cooling, to comply with these standards. However, choosing the right heat pump for your rental property can be a daunting task, given the variety of options available in the market. Here are some tips to help you choose the right heat pump for your Auckland rental property.


Consult with a Professional 

It is important to consult with a professional heat pump installer before choosing a heat pump for your rental property. Our expert team can assess the size of the room and conduct the healthy homes standards assessment to recommend the right heat pump for your needs with a free onsite consultation. They can also provide installation and maintenance services to ensure that the heat pump operates efficiently and lasts longer.


Determine the size of the room

The first step to choosing the right heat pump is to determine the size of the room where it will be installed. The size of the room will determine the capacity of the heat pump required to heat or cool the space effectively. A heat pump that is too small for the room will struggle to provide sufficient heat or cool air, while a heat pump that is too large will waste energy and increase your energy bills.


Look for energy-efficient models

It is important to choose an energy-efficient heat pump to save on energy costs. The energy efficiency of a heat pump is measured by its efficiency rating. Look for a heat pump with a high rating, as this indicates that the heat pump can perform well without using a high amount of electricity.


Consider the noise level

Some heat pumps can be noisy, which can be a problem in a rental property. Look for a heat pump with a low noise level, especially if it will be installed in a bedroom or living room.


Choose a reputable brand

Choose a heat pump from a reputable brand that has a good track record for quality and reliability. This will ensure that the heat pump will last longer and require fewer repairs.


Consider additional features

Some heat pumps come with additional features such as air purifiers, dehumidifiers, and timers. Consider these features when choosing a heat pump, as they can improve indoor air quality and provide additional benefits.

Choosing the right heat pump for your Auckland rental property requires careful consideration of the size of the room, energy efficiency, noise level, brand reputation, additional features, and consultation with a professional. By following these tips, you can choose a heat pump that will provide effective heating and cooling, save on energy costs, and improve indoor air quality. Contact us today to find out more.